Contextual Feature + Examples

Full Guide to Use Our Contextual Feature + Examples


Summary

In this video, I demonstrate our contextual feature, which allows you to generate relevant results based on the text in front of you. I show how to use the feature on LinkedIn by marking the text you want a response for and choosing the appropriate command. I also explain how the feature works with articles, allowing you to quickly get the highlights or a summarized version. Additionally, I demonstrate how you can rewrite a specific text to give it a different wording while maintaining the same meaning. Overall, this video provides an overview of our contextual feature and its various applications.


Transcript:

Introduction

0:02 Hello everyone! Today we're gonna go over our contextual feature.So the concept of the contextual feature is to have the ability to give
0:11 some context to the, to our extension to generate for you irrelevant results. So I would start by showing how I'm generating a basic reply based on a text that is written right in front of me.
0:26 For example, I'm going to take this post on LinkedIn and all you need to do is just mark the text that you do want to get a response for.

Generating Basic Reply on LinkedIn

0:35 Once you mark it, you will see our little action bar jumping in front. Now, you can just choose the command.
0:43 In this case, I'm just going to choose the LinkedIn reply as I want to reply on this specific post. You're just choosing it, click the arrow, usually when we have a LinkedIn reply, you can, it's recommended to use the default length because it's taken into consideration already, like how
1:04 to be better on LinkedIn. And also the tone is already matched. However, if you do wanna keep your own tone in this you can just go ahead and choose.
1:16 In this case, I would choose me. Then, you click the arrow, or enter, whatever works for you better. And then you let our tool take care of all of the information here, as you saw, and generate for you this one.
1:29 So as you see with this result it's not only taken in consideration the amount of text or the context that was written but also taking our command which in this case
1:42 was something sophisticated to generate for you something that can be relevant even in the case. Where you're not an expert on LinkedIn.
1:52 So as you see it even ended with a question which shows that it's want to drive more engagement and bring some color to the conversation.
2:01 So that was one option. Another option as I have here an article. It's just going over a long article which is maybe you needed to read it for something or maybe you wanted just to get the highlights so you can use it for a different context or maybe you just want to get the understanding pretty fast
2:20 and easy. Where it's like too long. All you need to do is just go ahead and just scroll and mark the article and then you're just going to the command and you can choose either the basic summarize or the bullet summarize.
2:34 I will choose the bullet summarize in this case. And then all you need to do is keep the tone keep the length and just press enter.

Using the Feature with Articles

2:43 this is working I want to specify that it doesn't matter if you take the text from an article, from a LinkedIn post, from .
2:52 A Google doc, It's just taking in consideration the actual text. So if we're asking it to summarize, for example, it's just going to take the full text and just going to summarize.
3:03 As you see in this case, it's giving you a short paragraph with summarize and then bullet points that specify the most important things.
3:13 You can always copy it, place it somewhere else. This can be useful for you taking the most important points. And want to share it in a post on an article you read, or you just want to learn more, or you just want to take some inspiration into something that you write.
3:29 Other stuff that you can do can be just rewrite a certain text. Let's say you scroll down Twitter and you saw an amazing contact, contact, context, or you saw an amazing post and you're saying, okay, I really like it.

Summarizing Text from Any Source

3:46 I want to see if I can rewrite it, or you can go to your own. Text that you already wrote, either tweets, LinkedIn posts, Facebook posts, whatever it is, and you can rewrite it just with the tool, so you only need to just mark it and just do our function of rewrite and you're gonna get, if you want 
4:06 to keep it in your tone and this way you can basically rewrite a specific text so it's plagiarism safe but it's also giving the same meaning but just different wording so you can, that way you can repost some of your old posts that went really well you

Rewriting Text

4:25 can also, we have here the reply for LinkedIn so you can actually use different reply for different platform. For example, sorry, this is a Twitter.
4:35 So when you reply on Twitter, it's different than replying on LinkedIn. And here you actually have an attribute and let's say I agree with him.
4:43 You just put agree, close it. And then you're putting my voice and then just enter. And the reply here is focused Focus.

Using Different Reply for Different Platforms

4:51 It's on a Twitter platform versus a LinkedIn before and you can just copy it and go ahead and paste it.
4:59 so this is a quick summary of our contextual aspect and if you have any question, feel free to reach out to us.